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Latino Immersion, Parte Dos: Literatura en Español


Thursday, February 26
7:00 pm

The Show Room
3739 Commercial Drive,
Indianapolis, IN 46224


Big Car Collaborative and Nopal Cultural Center present a new series, Latino Immersion. Immerse yourself in the Spanish language through a variety of experiences: film, dialogue, reading, music and food. Both English and Spanish speakers welcome.

Parte Dos of the series will feature a lecture and activity led by associate professor at Butler University, Michel Trahyn Gonzalez, a graduate of Universidad del Valle de Mexico and IUPUI. He is lecturer of Spanish language with a focus on culture and literature. Join us to hear about two prolific Latino writers and participate in an activity to improve our understanding of their literature. This is a free event for all ages. We will have coffee and pan dulce for guests.

The Show Room is part of Big Car Collaborative – Located at 3739 Commercial Drive. It is next to the DaVita Dialysis center, just off 38th Street.

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